Holiday Drinks to Enjoy All Season

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There’s nothing like cozying up to a cup of hot chocolate or a peppermint flavoured latte to get you in the holiday spirit. ‘Tis the season for decadent desserts and candy canes after all. But why only enjoy these delicious delights in December? Here are a few festive drinks you can enjoy all season long.

Clementine & Cranberry Christmas Punch

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A bright red punch is the perfect way to add a classic holiday hue to your get together. But with fresh flavours like clementine and cranberry, dare we say you could drink this one any time of year?

Spicy Hot Chocolate

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Something about gourmet hot chocolate just screams Christmas morning in fleece pjs—maybe even while watching the snowflakes fall outside. Give yourself that feeling any morning this season. We live in Canada, there will be lots of chances to watch the snow fall with a mug full of this hot cocoa.

Mulled Wine

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Let the comforting scents of cinnamon, star anise and allspice keep you warm when it’s cold outside. After serving this easy-to-make mulled wine at your holiday party, keep the recipe in your back pocket for next fall.

Homemade Eggnog

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The beauty of this classic holiday drink is that it can be dressed up with candy canes or cinnamon sticks for festive flair. But, if you keep it simple, there’s no reason not to sip on creamy eggnog right up until the snow melts.

Warm Cider

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Keep your guests cozy at an intimate party with spicy cider. Make it a toasty cocktail or leave out the alcohol for a family-friendly drink. Decorate it with fir branches for the holidays or nothing at all for any chilly day.

These recipes are sure to give you and your loved ones a taste of the holidays any time of the year. Which one will you try?



Written by Kylee Ross

When Kylee isn’t writing fashion, beauty & lifestyle blog posts for Laura Canada, she’s flipping through the glossy pages of fashion magazines and reading anything by Vanessa Friedman in The New York Times. She’s always up for travelling to new places or pretending to be a tourist in Montreal. Wherever she is, you’ll probably find her quoting Breakfast At Tiffany’s, drinking coffee with almond milk, and trying to solve all of her problems with coconut oil.

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